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November 15th 2006
Published: November 15th 2006EDIT THIS ENTRY

Hanoi - Sapa - Lai Chau - Son La - Mai Chau - Hanoi We recently wanted to head off & explore the 'remote' northwest area of Vietnam. The region, which borders China & Laos, is known for its multitude of colourful minority groups & endless stunning scenery. Kylie, Amy, Amber & I hired a 4wd, a local driver & set off with a carefully planned route mapped out before us. There's a standard loop that... Read Full Entry



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North West Vietnam  North West Vietnam
North West Vietnam

A typical view from the car....
Mr B Mr B
Mr B

Another hard day for our driver
Rice Terraces Rice Terraces
Rice Terraces

Near Sapa
Mt FansipanMt Fansipan
Mt Fansipan

It's in there somewhere... honest
Festival Festival
Festival

This is what the festival should have looked like
Toy Street  Toy Street
Toy Street

Just like Christmas Eve at home
Railway TracksRailway Tracks
Railway Tracks

It's even appropriate to set up your chair on the lines...
Spring Roll PancakesSpring Roll Pancakes
Spring Roll Pancakes

.... & by night this will be their front room



16th November 2006

Hey there
Just wanted to let you know that I enjoy reading your blog entries!! Sounds like you guys are having the time of your life and the photos are great!! Looking forward to the next one.
17th November 2006

thank you
Thank you for Afriqua... love reading all your travels
18th November 2006

a little broody??
Hi, just caught up on your last 2 blogs, as been away on hols.. wonderful to read as usual but I have a feeling you may be a little broody, dont ask me why... I'm sure its normal to try to walk off with other people's babies!! Take care, miss you xxx P.S Kylie - how was the Long cho xao chua?!!
30th November 2006

DO NOT GET BRODDY
It will ruin your life and the next time I see you I may have to say something like "How can so much noise come from something so small" when I'll really want to say "Have you thought of having it put down?". Get a dog instead, and don't eat it.

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